Pfeil #7. Anja Dietmann & Janina Krepart. Montez Press.

Posted in Artist magazine on July 21st, 2017
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Dedicated to the specific theme of each issue, PFEIL MAGAZINE oscillates between book, collection and object. Taking the form of a key word, each theme adds to an indexical collection of word-objects as objects of obsession. Through this process, each word’s meaning is expanded, eroded, overused, misused and ultimately enjoyed.

There are different ways to flip one PAGE to get to the next. Mostly used for this action is the forefinger in connection with the thumb. First, the thumb slides underneath one leaf, then the forefinger joins by tipping onto the visible page, while the pinky, ring, and middle fingers provide outstretched support. During this process, thumb and forefinger are connected, with only a single sheet separating them. In this way, forefinger and thumb form a ring. Regardless of the visual ability of the reader or the quality of the reading material itself, this gesture could be read as a sign of excellence, an o.k. in diving communication, or even indication of one part of a pair of glasses, like a monocle. But certainly this gesture would take place somewhere else. For the monocle, the circled thumb and forefinger would be in front of one eye, and in the other instances the whole hand would be raised in the air or even under water.

Tomoo Arakawa, Ceal Floyer, Fort, Harry Gamboa, Karl Holmqvist, Clara Jo, William Joys, Moritz Lacler, Michaela Schweighofer, and Phillip Zach

 

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Forms of Formalism N.3. Louis De Belle (ed.). Lucia Verlag.

Posted in Artist magazine, distribution, photography, Wholesale on August 11th, 2016
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Forms of Formalism N.3, 978-3-945301-29-6, 9783945301296, Bas Princen, Maxime Guyon, Mishka Henner, Parasite 2.0, Moritz Ahlert, Bethan Hughes, Bert Danckaert, Daniel Everett and Julian Faulhaber (Eds.), Lucia Verlag, Michael P. Romstöck (ed.) _1Forms of Formalism N.3, 978-3-945301-29-6, 9783945301296, Bas Princen, Maxime Guyon, Mishka Henner, Parasite 2.0, Moritz Ahlert, Bethan Hughes, Bert Danckaert, Daniel Everett and Julian Faulhaber (Eds.), Lucia Verlag, Michael P. Romstöck (ed.) _2Forms of Formalism N.3, 978-3-945301-29-6, 9783945301296, Bas Princen, Maxime Guyon, Mishka Henner, Parasite 2.0, Moritz Ahlert, Bethan Hughes, Bert Danckaert, Daniel Everett and Julian Faulhaber (Eds.), Lucia Verlag, Michael P. Romstöck (ed.) _3Forms of Formalism N.3, 978-3-945301-29-6, 9783945301296, Bas Princen, Maxime Guyon, Mishka Henner, Parasite 2.0, Moritz Ahlert, Bethan Hughes, Bert Danckaert, Daniel Everett and Julian Faulhaber (Eds.), Lucia Verlag, Michael P. Romstöck (ed.) _4Forms of Formalism N.3, 978-3-945301-29-6, 9783945301296, Bas Princen, Maxime Guyon, Mishka Henner, Parasite 2.0, Moritz Ahlert, Bethan Hughes, Bert Danckaert, Daniel Everett and Julian Faulhaber (Eds.), Lucia Verlag, Michael P. Romstöck (ed.) _5Forms of Formalism N.3, 978-3-945301-29-6, 9783945301296, Bas Princen, Maxime Guyon, Mishka Henner, Parasite 2.0, Moritz Ahlert, Bethan Hughes, Bert Danckaert, Daniel Everett and Julian Faulhaber (Eds.), Lucia Verlag, Michael P. Romstöck (ed.) _6Forms of Formalism N.3, 978-3-945301-29-6, 9783945301296, Bas Princen, Maxime Guyon, Mishka Henner, Parasite 2.0, Moritz Ahlert, Bethan Hughes, Bert Danckaert, Daniel Everett and Julian Faulhaber (Eds.), Lucia Verlag, Michael P. Romstöck (ed.) _7Forms of Formalism N.3, 978-3-945301-29-6, 9783945301296, Bas Princen, Maxime Guyon, Mishka Henner, Parasite 2.0, Moritz Ahlert, Bethan Hughes, Bert Danckaert, Daniel Everett and Julian Faulhaber (Eds.), Lucia Verlag, Michael P. Romstöck (ed.) _8Forms of Formalism N.3, 978-3-945301-29-6, 9783945301296, Bas Princen, Maxime Guyon, Mishka Henner, Parasite 2.0, Moritz Ahlert, Bethan Hughes, Bert Danckaert, Daniel Everett and Julian Faulhaber (Eds.), Lucia Verlag, Michael P. Romstöck (ed.) _9Forms of Formalism N.3, 978-3-945301-29-6, 9783945301296, Bas Princen, Maxime Guyon, Mishka Henner, Parasite 2.0, Moritz Ahlert, Bethan Hughes, Bert Danckaert, Daniel Everett and Julian Faulhaber (Eds.), Lucia Verlag, Michael P. Romstöck (ed.) _10Forms of Formalism N.3, 978-3-945301-29-6, 9783945301296, Bas Princen, Maxime Guyon, Mishka Henner, Parasite 2.0, Moritz Ahlert, Bethan Hughes, Bert Danckaert, Daniel Everett and Julian Faulhaber (Eds.), Lucia Verlag, Michael P. Romstöck (ed.) _11Forms of Formalism N.3, 978-3-945301-29-6, 9783945301296, Bas Princen, Maxime Guyon, Mishka Henner, Parasite 2.0, Moritz Ahlert, Bethan Hughes, Bert Danckaert, Daniel Everett and Julian Faulhaber (Eds.), Lucia Verlag, Michael P. Romstöck (ed.) _12Forms of Formalism N.3, 978-3-945301-29-6, 9783945301296, Bas Princen, Maxime Guyon, Mishka Henner, Parasite 2.0, Moritz Ahlert, Bethan Hughes, Bert Danckaert, Daniel Everett and Julian Faulhaber (Eds.), Lucia Verlag, Michael P. Romstöck (ed.) _13Forms of Formalism N.3, 978-3-945301-29-6, 9783945301296, Bas Princen, Maxime Guyon, Mishka Henner, Parasite 2.0, Moritz Ahlert, Bethan Hughes, Bert Danckaert, Daniel Everett and Julian Faulhaber (Eds.), Lucia Verlag, Michael P. Romstöck (ed.) _14Forms of Formalism N.3, 978-3-945301-29-6, 9783945301296, Bas Princen, Maxime Guyon, Mishka Henner, Parasite 2.0, Moritz Ahlert, Bethan Hughes, Bert Danckaert, Daniel Everett and Julian Faulhaber (Eds.), Lucia Verlag, Michael P. Romstöck (ed.) _15Forms of Formalism N.3, 978-3-945301-29-6, 9783945301296, Bas Princen, Maxime Guyon, Mishka Henner, Parasite 2.0, Moritz Ahlert, Bethan Hughes, Bert Danckaert, Daniel Everett and Julian Faulhaber (Eds.), Lucia Verlag, Michael P. Romstöck (ed.) _16Forms of Formalism N.3, 978-3-945301-29-6, 9783945301296, Bas Princen, Maxime Guyon, Mishka Henner, Parasite 2.0, Moritz Ahlert, Bethan Hughes, Bert Danckaert, Daniel Everett and Julian Faulhaber (Eds.), Lucia Verlag, Michael P. Romstöck (ed.) _17Forms of Formalism N.3, 978-3-945301-29-6, 9783945301296, Bas Princen, Maxime Guyon, Mishka Henner, Parasite 2.0, Moritz Ahlert, Bethan Hughes, Bert Danckaert, Daniel Everett and Julian Faulhaber (Eds.), Lucia Verlag, Michael P. Romstöck (ed.) _18

PHOTOGRAPHS

Bas Princen
Maxime Guyon
Mishka Henner

TEXTS

Parasite 2.0
Moritz Ahlert
Bethan Hughes

Forms of Formalism is a series of books gathering photographic works together with written contributions around the notion of form. Designed and edited with Michael P. Romstöck, printed at the Bauhaus Universität Weimar, published by Lucia Verlag.

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Mould Map 4 – Eurozone Spezial. Hugh Frost & Leon Sadler. Landfill Editions.

Posted in Artist magazine, graphic design, magazines on July 8th, 2016
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A book about Europe and its possible futures.
Featuring newly commissioned comics, art and graphics from; Leon Sadler, Edwin Burdis, Daniel Swan, Michael Willis, Patrick Crotty, Grace Wilson, Dan Mitchell, Will Sweeney, Ed Fornieles, Brecht Vandenbroucke, Yannick Val Gesto with Eva Munz, Sany, Amalia Ulman, Hanna K, MOSA, Gwenaël Rattke, Stathis Tsemberlidis, Yuri Pattison, Suzanne Treister, Jody Barton, New Scenario, Stefan Sadler, Jonathan Djob Nkondo, Gabriel Corbera, Pierre Vanni, Roope Eronen and Viktor Hachmang.

Contextualised by features on both near-future speculative / design fiction and historical counterculture movements including; Huw Wahl on 60s inflatable art collective Action Space, Federico Pagello on Frigidaire Magazine and comics of the radical left in 70s Italy, a selection of activist ephemera from the stock of Mayfair dealer Carl Williams at Maggs Brothers, Ingo Niermann in conversation with Matilda Tjäder about the origins and development of the Sternberg Solutions series, Dunne & Raby and the use of illustration within their United Micro Kingdoms project and finally a selection of works from the 2014 White Cube exhibition by Gilbert & George — Scapegoating Pictures For London.

Edited by Hugh Frost & Leon Sadler. Graphic design by Hugh Frost.

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CURA. NO. 22. Ilaria Marotta. Andrea Baccin (ed.).

Posted in art, Artist magazine, Motto Berlin store on June 10th, 2016
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CURA. NO.22

COVER BY SOL CALERO
INSIDE THE COVER
Sol Calero
text by Adam Carr
PORTRAITS IN THE EXHIBITION SPACE
Johannes Cladders’ anti-museum
by Lorenzo Benedetti
EXHIBITION LITERATURE
Expanded Literature.
Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster
by Jean-Max Colard

SPOTLIGHT
James Bridle.
 Seeing Like a Network
in conversation with Ben Vickers
Self-Portrait as a City.
Alex Israel in conversation
with Gigiotto Del Vecchio

ABOUT
Anicka Yi’s Allegorical Bouquets
by Chris Sharp

ABOUT
Kevin Beasley.
Energy Accumulates
by Rose Bouthillier

ARTIST’S PROJECT
by Amy Yao

SPOTLIGHT
Philipp Timischl
in conversation with
Pierre-Alexandre Mateos
and Charles Teyssou

A VISIT TO
Rodrigo Hernández
in conversation with
Joao Mourao & Luis Silva

SPOTLIGHT
ÅYR
in conversation with Philipp Ekardt

SPOTLIGHT
Caroline Mesquita
in conversation with
Martha Kirszenbaum

HOT!
Debora Delmar Corp.
by Judith Vrancken
Juliana Huxtable
by Whitney Mallett
Sophie Jung
by Frances Loeffler
Nancy Lupo
by Sarah Lehrer-Graiwer

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Art Against Art #2. Taslima Ahmed, Manuel Gnam (eds.). Spring/Summer 2016.

Posted in art, Artist magazine, distribution, magazines on June 8th, 2016
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EDITORIAL

When considering the art field as being a raft in speculative time, the tendency is to seek comfort in numbers, regressive ideas such as another return to painting[1] or hedging bets on all sides whilst pursuing an unreasonable personal growth fetish.

These are classic reactions to a perceived risk that arises as a result of readjusting to new data. Uncertainty, if left unmediated, will pose a risk not just to market stability but to conceptual stability as it becomes more and more difficult to differentiate between artists and ads; artworks and hype-objects; or content and sponsored content – keeping us in a state of high drama too complex to decode. For example artists who consciously use marketing strategies as art are contextually mixed up with masses of artists who simply run a marketing strategy. Or, equally, galleries with a reputation for long-term quality regularly use their weight to inflate very short-lived speculative art. It is in these differences that art barters itself off very quickly to sometimes uninteresting effects holding us in a certain inappropriate narrative if we are not careful.

Up until a hundred years ago, it was normal to assume that all art aimed at “beauty” or varying degrees of “representation” and that anything but, would not be considered art. Later, after The Fountain, this evolved into the politics of mass production leading to whatever fallacy that we have today – perhaps a speculative bias targeted at an erroneously projected future consensus. It may be worth considering ditching all retroactive rhetoric about “safe places” in favor of heightening one’s own form of perception (perhaps even through enhancement), to adapt to the new environment and to filter through informational debris.

Inside the art world…

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Petunia #7. Dorothée Dupuis. Valérie Chartrain, Lili Reynaud Dewar, Victoria Dejaco (eds.)

Posted in art, Artist magazine, magazines, writing on June 1st, 2016
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THE ONLY AND FINEST ART AND ENTERTAINMENT FEMINIST MAGAZINE
WITH Caroline Mesquita, Grégoire Blunt & Emmy Skensved, Maité Garbayo, Marlie Mul, Temra Pavlovic, Amy Sillman, Dorothy Howard, Ramaya Tegegne, Philipp Timischl, Daniel Berndt, Deniz Unal, Geraldine Beck & Miriam Leonardi Frances Stark, Dorota Gawęda & Eglė Kulbokaitė Gill Karjevsky & Tali Keren, Deanna Havas & Haydée Marin-Lopez, Chanel Von Habsburg-Lothringen, Heather Guertin & Verena Dengler

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mono.kultur #40 : EDMUND DE WAAL : W IS FOR WHITE. mono.kultur.

Posted in art, Artist magazine, magazines, Motto Berlin store, writing on June 1st, 2016
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Edmund de Waal is a potter. His pots, plates, and vessels are the result of craft and mastership, but they are also so much more than that: they are experiments in form and function, abstractions of thoughts on silence and space, on repetition and failure, on substance and fragility, on memory contained.

Edmund de Waal is an artist. He arranges his objects in complex choreographies that are as mysterious as they are mesmerizing. Displayed in galleries and institutions worldwide, his considered installations play with architectural concerns, integrating ideas of space, light and obscurity.

Edmund de Waal is a writer. In 2010, his intimate memoir of a kind, ‘The Hare With Amber Eyes,’ intertwined the biography of a collection of netsuke figures with the biography of his family and became a surprise bestseller, winning several awards. His latest book, ‘The White Road,’ presents a highly personal and engaging research into the history of porcelain.

Whether he sculpts with words or with clay, what Edmund de Waal works with are concepts, ideas, and desires. In a body of work that is at odds with our times and yet oddly successful, his writings and objects overlap and integrate each other in an attempt to understand and transcend our complex relationship with objects and our surroundings.

In an interview with mono.kultur structured like an A-Z of notes and ideas, Edmund de Waal talked about his rules of attachment, the impossibility of repetition, and why ‘doubt’ is the most beautiful word.

Visually, the issue takes inspiration from that most perfect of materials: porcelain. Printed entirely in double-sided splendour, the two finishings of the paper – shiny gloss and smooth matt – evoke the texture of ceramics before and after glazing.

Interview by Mareike Dittmer / Artwork by Edmund de Waal / Design by Designbolaget

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Harvard Design Magazine #42. Jennifer Sigler, Leah Whitman-Salkin (eds.). Harvard

Posted in Artist magazine, magazines, Motto Berlin store, Motto Books, Uncategorized on May 30th, 2016
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Editors: Jennifer Sigler, Leah Whitman Salkin
Publisher: Harvard University Graduate School of Design
Pages: 208

“Run for Cover!”
No. 42
S/S 2016

Table of Contents:
Editor’s note: Dreadful Design
Jennifer Sigler
Wide Open
Nancy Etcoff
Fortress London: The New US Embassy and the Rise of Counter-Terror Urbanism
Oliver Wainwright
Feeling Invaded
John Kuo Wei Tchen
Gimme Shelter: Refugee Architecture in Germany
Niklas Maak
Phobia and the City: Rome
Lars Lerup
Holding Fear
Sonja Dümpelmann
Unsettling Unsettlements
Marianne F. Potvin
Anthropocenophobia: The Stone Falls on the City
Renata Tyszczuk
Solitary in Solidarity
Daniel D’Oca
Fear Ebbs on the Skyline but Rises on the Ground
Blair Kamin
Get Me Out of Here: The Solemn Geography of Women in Horror Film
Caryn Coleman
Reading Jane Jabobs in the Era of #BlackLivesMatter
Stuart Schrader
Un-War
Krzysztof Wodiczko
Animal Eyes & Invisible Hunters
Eugénie Shinkle
Fearful Asymmetry: Insurgency and the Architectures of Terror
Joshua Comaroff
Die Noctuque
Enrique Ramirez
A Certain Darkness
Demdike Stare & Robert Gerard Pietrusko
Who’s Afraid of the Covered Face?
Maryam Monalisa Gharavi
Artifacts of Exclusion
Interboro Partners
Fear Is in the Detail
Francesca Hughes & Gergely Kovács
The Iconic Ghetto and the Stigma of Blackness
Elijah Anderson
A Toxic Patrimony
Dan Borelli
The Green Zone: Architectures of Precarious Politics
Amin Alsaden
How to Draw Medellín
Alejandro Echeverri & Alejandro Valdivieso
Mortal Cities
Arna Mačkić
Bringing Back the Front: Relieving the Great War
Justin Fowler
Home Safe
Geoff Manaugh
The Fall of Postmodernism and the New Empowerment
Michael Murphy
Building for the Total Breakdown
Jacob Lillemose
A State of Emergency
Léopold Lambert
Conflict Urbanism, Aleppo
Laura Kurgan
Nuclear Pillowcases
Andrew Wasserman
The Real Move
Elizabeth Streb & Chelsea Spencer
Fear, Faith, and Disaster Preparedness
Arif Khan
The House of One: Facing Fear
Lara Schrijver
Pastiche of Ghosts
Metahaven
Second Nature
Ralph Ghoche
Suspunk: Thinking with Suspicious Packages
Javier Arbona, Bryan Finocki, Nick Sowers
The Horror, the Horror
Bart Lootsma
Robert Smithson, Evel Knievel, and the Landscape of Reclamation
Edward Eigen
Kites
Reginald Dwayne Betts
Feared Spaces, Feared Bodies
Toni L. Griffin
Fear, Fire, and Forty-One Snakes: Notes on the Burning Theater
Thomas A. P. Van Leeuwen
Ambiguous Thresholds
Nuttinee Karnchanaporn

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Zweikommasieben #13 .Remo Bitzi (ed.). Präsens Editionen & Motto Books

Posted in Artist magazine, magazines, Motto Berlin store, Motto Books on May 28th, 2016
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zweikommasieben #13 deals with questions about the professional and social proximity of the featured artists (among many other things). Featured are Aïsha Devi & Tianzhuo Chen, Helm, Heatsick, Dean Blunt, Lumisokea, Thug Entrancer, Mathew Dryhurst, Nick Klein, Lane Stewart & Rabit, Butter Sessions, Don’t DJ, Felix Kubin, Phase Fatale, Lustmord, etc. Co-published with Motto Books.

Language: English/German
Edition: 1600
Pages: 176
Size: 175 x 260mm

zweikommasieben is a Swiss magazine that has been devoted to the documentation of contemporary club culture since the summer of 2011. The magazine features artist interviews, essays and columns as well as photography, illustration and graphics. In addition, zweikommasieben organizes concerts, parties, club nights, matinees, raves and other fun events in various cities.

 

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The Exhibitionist #12. Jens Hoffmann (ed.) The Exhibitionist.

Posted in art, Artist magazine, distribution, magazines, Motto Berlin store on May 25th, 2016
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The Exhibitionist #12
contents

Response I: Artists and curators

Fia Backström and Anthony Huberman Re: family dynamics

Anne Ellegood and Kerry Tribe Long Term Relationship

Claire Fontaine and Jens Hoffmann Artistic Bitches and Curatorial Bastards

Inés Katzenstein and Juan José Cambre Agreement

Response II: Archival

Introduced by Liz Glass
Dear King Harry
James Lee Byars: Correspondence with Harald Szeemann (1988)

La critique

Triple Candie: Let the Artists Die
Emiliano Valdés: Who Has the Power?
Nontobeko Ntombela: Remastered
Daniel Birnbaum: Hijacking the Situationists
Slavs and Tatars: The Splits of the Mind, If Not the Legs
Rachel Rose: Artist, Curator, Meaning
+
An Illustrated Bibliography of the exhibitionist, Issues IX–XII

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